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Ok, it was 23 transfers... Take a look at the breakdown
aggy is going to get destroyed, but not because the ol can't handle sec dl. they have a very, very gool ol. they have some really, really good rb. the problem is that they have no qb, and no receiving corps. swope is good, but he's not a #1 guy who can carry a passing game. w/o balance, defenses will tee off and it won't matter how good that ol and running game are. their defense sucks, so the offense will be playing from behind all season, making it that much easier for defenses to get after them.
He is slated top 5 on several draft boards.
The Aggie D is going to get torched. There is a reason top tier D coordinators wouldn't come there, even for double their salary. It's a mess only an idiot would want a part of.
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What boards? The one I follow is CBSSports, and it has Joeckel as the 4th or 5th best OT, which it says could still be a first rounder.
si.com has him as the #2 pick behind barkley. another has him at #9, a couple others have him in the 20s
I guess this our first year of new starters in the secondary?
I think he is a great offensive mind and I am sure he will find a way but in the past he has been most successful(2009 when they beat #5OKst, Miss st, and a good TT team and last year 13-1 with a bowl win vs penn st) when he could consistently get 5 players in the route. If you look at Houston they not only ran 'the spread' they threw it 682 times last year. That's an average of 48.7 attempts per game. And in 2009, when they played a much harder schedule than last year, averaged 54 attempts. Arkansas attempted the most passes in the sec last year and are still 210 attempts behind houstons pace averaging 36 attempts per game. I guess what I'm saying is that Sumlin likes to throw it......really really likes it. Can any offensive line in the country protect a QB 48 times a game without at least 5 breakdowns vs an SEC defensive line? I do not believe so.
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